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Well the new motherboard it's a ASROCK N68-S, Windows 7 it's in the first HD and I'm doing the instalation of Ubuntu in the Second HD and Excelsior with 160 gg. With the old motherboard I've to switch the disks in the bios, but with this one, I'd not to do that, in fact it's everithing wents fine, but I've a doubt, wich driver I've to put in The Nvidia Geforce 7025 graphics on board with 256 of ram.
Well, my old motherboard AMD k7 +2400 has died, may be I'd contriuted to it, because I've installed the new Windows 7 Ultimate in one HD and in the other HD I've put the Ubuntu 10.04. Of course to put it working I've made some changes in BIOS of it, because the http://jotacapa.blogspot.com/Windows HD is over full and I couldn't write the Ubuntu grub.
Probably with the new motherboard, I've to do the something.